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India wants to beat China, in manufacturing! Dream On… A first person account by Morgan Stanley economist/strategist Stephen Roach. Mr. Roach… you left out one little thing… if you wrote a report like this about China, let me assure you, Morgan Stanley would be looking for […]

India wants to beat China, in manufacturing! Dream On… A first person account by Morgan Stanley economist/strategist Stephen Roach. Mr. Roach… you left out one little thing… if you wrote a report like this about China, let me assure you, Morgan Stanley would be looking for a new Asian destination.

  1. There have been Indian manufacturing success stories like Sundaram Fasteners and Moser Baer …but yes, they are few and far between.

    But we live in hope !

    regards
    Gautam

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  2. Om,

    Both [Stephen Roach's article](http://www.businessworldindia.com/nov0104/indepth02.asp) and [Andy Mukherjee's article](http://quote.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10000039&refer=columnist_mukherjee&sid=aWg1zHm2U9Zg) cover the same story, albeit from different perspectives.

    A very cogent note based upon these two articles was put forth by [Suhit Anantula of WorldisGreen.com](http://www.worldisgreen.com/2004/10/20/the-india-paradox-manufacturing-or-services/). I’m not able to get to this link, but here’s the [corresponding Google cache](http://64.233.179.104/search?q=cache:T4hEezBIT7oJ:www.worldisgreen.com/2004/10/20/the-india-paradox-manufacturing-or-services/+www.worldisgreen.com+%22the+india+paradox+manufacturing+or+services%22&hl=en&start=1%20target=nw)

    – abhijit.

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